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Atypical adenomatous hyperplasia (adenosis) - when seen in a needle biopsy - is one of the most challenging benign mimics of cancer. A partially sampled focus of cancer may be mistaken for AAH.
Acetylene is manufactured by the reaction of water with calcium carbide. It is also manufactured by thermal cracking of hydrocarbons, or by partial combustion of methane with oxygen.
Now, add to this all the permutations of getting partial attributes from each entity.
Not all of these solutions are based on Semantic Web standards, but most have at least a partial adherence to them.
The Swiss government said in a statement that it had decided, "on the proposal of the Defence Ministry, to adjourn the partial replacement of 54 obsolete Tiger F - 5 aircraft.
It could perhaps be said that the attraction or admiration some of us occasionally have towards those with wealth may have partially evolved from this dynamic.
The veracity of these charges has been explored ad nauseam, and at least partially refuted, but that is not the goal of this essay.
A commander mustn't get too anxious for the sake of some partial advantage.
While this loss of stature is attributed partially to shrinking bones and the other physiological effects of aging, some researchers say this is no coincidence at all.
This transformation was partially due to financial consideration, but more importantly it reflected the PLA’s ambition to build an air power with both defensive and offensive capabilities.